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Item level tagging exploding in apparel retail

In case you missed last week’s issue of RFID 24-7, we’ve posted our lead story here. There was strong enthusiasm for RFID among attendees at the NRF Big Show in New York last week. From Marks & Spencer deploying RFID for all apparel and home goods products at its 700 stores, to a host of smaller deals, the sentiment is strong that 2013 is the year for RFID and retail.

In conjunction with the NRF show, GS1 hosted a roundtable meeting with executives from the largest 11 retailers in the U.S. Those that have not already rolled out the technology indicated that RFID is on the agenda for this year or 2014. The executives who have not deployed admit that they are behind the adoption curve. Those close to the industry expect a major announcement from a top 10 retailer by the end of Q1.

Marks & Spencer wasn’t the only deployment news. Tagsys RFID announced that fashion retailer Faconnable is deploying item-level tagging at 70 of its branded retail stores and distribution centers on two continents, and that RFID will be part of all future store openings.

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